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Anjali Roongta

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Siya is a fictional character whose eyes the author uses as a mirror to reflect the teenage world. It is also the pen-name of said author, Anjali Roongta. Anjali is a twenty-something student living in Pune, India, who has published another book before this. An avid reader, she loves fan-fiction and her stories are a mix of real-life experiences, stories heard from others, and those developed through her own imagination—courtesy of a lot of reading. In this book, she presents a set of poetry that Siya feels are issues and thoughts that cross the minds of teenagers and young adults.ContacRead More...


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Realisations in Quarantine

Books by Muses_ Saga

The book contains a set of poems that explore the poets' and artists' thoughts and reflections on the 2020 Quarantine and Lockdown in India.

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Diary of a Twenty-Something

Books by Siya

This book contains a set of poems that document Siya's journey from pain and illness, through acceptance and hope, to recovery. It talks of mental-health, heartbreak, hope, and much more.

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Diary of a Twenty-Something

Books by Siya

This book contains a set of poems detailing some struggles faced by teenagers, written from the perspective of one of their own. Sit back and dive into the complexities and darkness of the young adult world as through the eyes and imagination of Siya, who's just another teenager facing issues that range from mental health to sexual abuse to romance. 

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Demiromantic Love

By Anjali Roongta in Poetry | Reads: 95 | Likes: 0

The bards sing the most of wonderous Love Of its gains, trials, woes, joys and of hope And oh, how hard I yearned for its rough slope, For smiles, gestures soft, letters on a dove. Yet the day you first came love, came not Love. It was slow to make in my heart a scope, Curls ebony, or eyes like Di  Read More...

Published on Feb 14,2021 09:27 PM

Nurture It

By Anjali Roongta in General Literary | Reads: 238 | Likes: 2

She pumped her legs to the pounding beat, stretching, bending, and swinging towards the stars. Eyes wide open she relished the universe exploding in front of her and tried to channel the energy bursting through her into the swing. She was losing herself to the ideas running through her head, this ex  Read More...

Published on Apr 16,2020 12:30 PM

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